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1025 Woodruff Rd
Suite A103
Greenville, SC 29607

Mon - Fri 9am - 9pm
Sat 9am - 7pm
Sun 12pm - 7pm

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May 30, 2013 Therapist Thursday

"Working together and helping each other out goes a long way in lessening any perceived stress. Helping each other change tables when pressed for time. Helping out with sheet shelving and the occasional filling in for each other as needed goes a long way in building friendships and lowering stress in the workplace." Dennis Diehl, LMT"Do the best that you can and try not...

May 7, 2013 Therapist Thursday

"Never trust a smiling dog... or a talking snake. Never dive into a pool with no water. Always look both ways when you cross the street. God will always be there for you. He'll let you go if you decide to live without him, but He'll always be waiting take you back. The trails He gives us are to test our faith in Him; and to know everything is fully under his control, whether...

May 2, 2013 Therapist Thursday

"I love being outside playing in the dirt or doing something creative.  I try to turn off all electronics by 7:00 pm."Silvia Mariani "I have always had a bit of a racing mind so sleep can be a challenge. I turn off the radio and get off the computer an hour or so before bed.  Have a chat with Chewie the Wookie Shih Tzu who is my buddy and hilarious and then use...

Apr 3, 2013 Therapist Thursday

Jeremy Alford, LMT at Elements Greenville also adds recommends the doorway stretch:"The doorway stretch is a great way to stretch out the pectoral muscles. Often, our active lifestyles require our hands to be positioned out in front of our bodies. When we are driving, using the computer, using the phone, etc… our arms are positioned forward. When this occurs...

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